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Hands-on: Next Level Bone Grafting

Date/Time

October 3 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Event Details

Next Level Bone Grafting: Ridge Preservation and Augmentation of Compromised Sites for Implant Site Development – Hands-on (In-person course)

3 CEU, Core (Recorded Webinar) and 3 CEU, Core (Hands-on) • 2 Purchase Options (see below)

2 Purchase Options:
$300 for hands-on only
for those who attended the March 21 lecture
$395 for both recording of the March 21 lecture and this hands-on course (must view recording prior to attending hands-on course)

This course is designed to provide clinicians with the knowledge, skill set and confidence to sequence and perform predictable hard tissue augmentation procedures prior to implant placement. With a lecture and hands-on component (Pig-jaw), this bone grafting course is designed for the clinician with some prior implant experience, looking to improve and advance bone grafting techniques for their implant practice. The focus will be to understand how to manage extraction sockets that have defects as well as learn various approaches to managing more complex horizontal ridge defects. An understanding of patient selection based on health history, graft site CBCT evaluation, harvest site assessment, and other approaches to minimize complications will be reviewed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Treatment planning and patient selection for grafting procedures
  • Concepts and techniques in bone grafting from incision to suturing
  • Extraction site management including immediate versus delayed implant placement
  • Horizontal procedural approaches of ridge augmentation
  • Understanding pre and post graft management protocols
  • New technology using growth factors to enhance augmentation procedures
  • Managing graft complications, possibility of treatment and prognosis

Co-sponsored by:

Tamir Wardany, DDS, DABOI

Dr. Tamir Wardany is one of the few board certified oral implantologists in California who holds diplomate status with the American Board of Oral Implantology, and one of an even smaller handful of implant specialists in the world, that limits his practice exclusively to the surgical component of implant and bone augmentation procedures. He has dedicated the past 19 years to extensive training in implant surgery and its associated bone augmentation procedures. After completing Dental School at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN., Dr. Wardany completed a fellowship in implant dentistry through State University of New York at Stonybrook. He then continued his training overseas, spending extensive time in Europe, training alongside some of the world’s leaders in implant and bone augmentation surgery.

In addition to his years of training, Dr. Wardany conducts clinical research in his office and has collaborated on research studies related to bone regeneration and dental implant biology with the department of reconstructive surgery at Stanford University. He has been a product advisor for Geistlich Biomaterials and actively lectures for Straumann and Geistlich Biomaterials, a leading regenerative company based in Switzerland. In an effort to always be on the forefront of this specialization, Dr. Wardany maintains membership with the International Team for Implantology and the Osteology Foundation. Both groups focus on research to further the quality of care in implant surgery and complex graft procedures.

Dr. Wardany was a former collegiate swimmer born and raised in Sacramento. He is a proud Sacramento Country Day and Jesuit alumnus and lives in Land Park with his wife and three amazing children. Once in a while he still gets time to swim a few laps and watch 49er football.

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Terms and Conditions:

Cancellation/Refund Policy
Full refund granted less $25 administration fee, if received in writing 14 days before the class. NO REFUNDS if cancelled within 13 days of the class or for No Shows or for registrations received after that date. Attendee substitutions OK.

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Details

Date:
October 3
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Venue

SDDS Classroom
2035 Hurley Way, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95825
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